Learn CompTIA Security+ in our Ann Arbor, Michigan facility. Security+ is a vendor-neutral certification from CompTIA that proves competency in network security and risk management. Security threats continue to rise year over year and the need for qualified security personnel is one of the largest of any IT specialty. Gain the skills needed to reduce that gap and establish yourself as a cybersecurity professional with CompTIA Security+ certification training at ONLC, a CompTIA Authorized Partner.
The Security+ certification confirms baseline skills needed to perform core security functions and pursue an IT security career. Security+ incorporates best practices in hands-on troubleshooting to ensure security professionals have practical security problem-solving skills plus understand the latest trends and techniques in risk management, risk mitigation, threat management and intrusion detection. Cybersecurity professionals with Security+ certification know how to address security incidents, not just identify them. Security+ is the most sought after certification for DoD 8570 / 8140 compliance.
Security+ training at ONLC follows a curriculum built toward certification and includes exam prep and exam voucher! Through real-world examples, hands-on labs and exercises led and supported by professional instructors you'll be prepared to handle cybersecurity threats both offensively and defensively.
Topics and dates for ONLC's instructor-led training classes in Ann Arbor, Michigan for Security+ are listed below.
CompTIA Security+ Certification Training
CompTIA On-Demand: CompTIA Security + Certification Training
|Feb 14 - Feb 18||$2,495|
|Feb 28 - Mar 4||$2,495|
|Mar 14 - Mar 18||$2,495|
|Mar 28 - Apr 1||$2,495|
In addition to providing business-to-business training, our courses are also taken by individuals with government training funds. On a state-by-state basis, we are able to work with programs such as Workforce Development (DWD), Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Workforce Investment Act (WIA), and Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA). Contact your local Workforce or TAA office to determine if you are eligible and they will reach out to us to schedule training. Note: We cannot work directly with training candidates. All training must be coordinated through your local agency.